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Circumcision is the only routine surgery performed to supposedly prevent disease. No other surgery is ever considered as an alternative to proper hygiene. It is the only surgery done on children without a diagnosis. A circumcision is the only time parents can insist that a doctor cut off normal, healthy tissue from their child, despite the obvious risk of complications. No other surgery often occurs when the anesthesia is inadequate.

Many American parents are much more anxious about having their newborn’s penis look like his father’s and other boys’ than they are about preventing UTIs and sexually transmitted diseases. The majority of parents just want to make Junior’s junk look “nice”. They are “grossed out” by the sight of a foreskin on their baby.

Foreskin removal was never properly researched for risks and complications before becoming an American standard. Every other surgery that removes a normal part of an organ is understood to cause a loss of function. However, the foreskin is already guilty by association with the organ that scares many people: the penis. Like the primitive peoples before them, they fear that where there is dirt, shame, and sin, disease must surely follow.

The foreskin has been found on every mammal, both male and female, for the last 65 million years. The foreskin covers and protects the head of the penis. The protective and lubricating effects of having a mobile sheath of living tissue as part of one’s genitals are evident to anyone not circumcised. Circumcision removes the foreskin, alters the appearance and sensation of the penis, and creates a visual and functional deficit that lasts a lifetime.

 
Should a person who will spend 80% of his life as an autonomous adult have the right to decide whether or not to keep the foreskin of his genitals?
 
 

Our Pamphlets

Concerning Circumcision

Concerning Circumcision

"After waiting nine months in the hopes of having a beautiful, perfect baby, your son’s circumcision will amputate a sleeve of the specialized tissue, known as the foreskin, that normally covers and protects our genitals."

Answers to Your Questions about Your Young Son's Intact Penis

Answers to Your Questions about
Your Young Son’s Intact Penis

"The intact penis needs no special care. The foreskin should never be retracted by force. During the first few years of a male’s life, the inside fold of his foreskin is attached to his glans, very much the way the eyelids of a newborn kitten are sealed closed. The tissue that connects these two surfaces dissolves naturally over time – a process that should never be hurried."

Foreskin is the Flower of Our Genitals

Foreskin is the Flower of Our Genitals

"The foreskin is the pretty flower at the opening of our genitals. It is found protecting the opening of vaginas and the opening of penises. Unless, of course, somebody decided to cut it off. If so, that was probably done without asking its owner."

Foreskin Restoration for Beginners

Foreskin Restoration for Beginners

"If you miss the natural functions of a foreskin, then foreskin restoration can help you. The restoration process grows new skin to cover your glans. This skin will provide the gliding motion found in a natural penis. It will compensate for some of the loss and damage caused by your circumcision. No physician, surgery, or chemical is required for this process."